Oral Presentations of the Department of Molecular Ecology

2014
1Santhanam R. Bacterial community interactions with Nicotiana attenuata. Limnologisches Kolloquium, Institute für Ökologie, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Aquatic Geomicrobiology/Limnology, Jena, DE, Apr 2014
2Baldwin I.T. Using our biological legacy before it's lost; melding computational and natural history approaches to provide economic arguments for conservation. 18th Annual International Conference on Research in Computational Molecular Biology, University of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, US, Apr 2014 (invited)
3Baldwin I.T. How a native plant solves life’s challenges with a sophisticated use of chemistry. Seminar, University of Utah, Department of Biology, Salt Lake City, US, Mar 2014
4Baldwin I.T. Plasticity in the signaling that Nicotiana attenuata uses to cope with biotic stresses. Keystone Symposia "Plant Signaling: Dynamic Properties", Breckenridge, Colorado, US, Feb 2014 (invited)
5Gaquerel E. Multidimensional analysis of herbivory-induced volatile emissions reveals new insights into signals tuning sesquiterpene production. Gordon Research Conference - Plant Volatiles: Exploring the Plant Headspace: Functional Analysis and Emerging Applications, Gordon Research Conferences, Ventura, CA, US, Jan 2014 (invited)
6Kessler D. The ecological functions of floral chemistry. Gordon Research Conference - Plant Volatiles: Exploring the Plant Headspace: Functional Analysis and Emerging Applications, Gordon Research Conferences, Ventura, CA, US, Jan 2014 (invited)
2013
1Erb M. Molecular ecology of secondary metabolites in root-herbivore interactions. Advances in Swiss research on the chemical ecology of plant defences, Université de Neuchâtel, Neuchâtel, CH, Dec 2013 (invited)
2Baldwin I.T. How a native plant solves life's challenges with a sophisticated use of chemistry. Berlin Life Science Colloquium, Max Planck Institute for Infection Biology, Berlin, DE, Dec 2013 (invited)
3Baldwin I.T. Using plant mediated RNAi in the field to study plant-herbivore interactions. 32nd New Phytologist Symposium: Plant interactions with other organisms: molecules, ecology and evolution, New Phytologist Trust, Universidad Católica Argentina, Buenos Aires, AR, Nov 2013 (invited)
4Erb M. Plant metabolic links between leaf and root feeding insects: Who is running the show? Entomology 2013 - ESA 61st Annual Meeting, Entomological Society of America, Austin, TX, US, Nov 2013
5Baldwin I.T. How a native plant solves life's challenges with a sophisticated use of chemistry. Public lecture, Carl Friedrich von Siemens Stiftung, München, DE, Nov 2013 (invited)
6Baldwin I.T. How a native plant solves life’s challenges with a sophisticated use of chemistry. Seminar, North Carolina Plant Molecular Biology Consortium, Durham, NC, US, Oct 2013 (invited)
7Baldwin I.T. Natural- and artificial allopolyploids of Nicotiana attenuata * N. obtusifolia; what can we learn about herbivore resistance in the context of allopolyploidization? 10th Solanaceae Conference Genome versus Phenome, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, CN, Oct 2013 (invited)
8Baldwin I.T. Using Plant-mediated RNAi in the field to study plant-insect interactions. Botanikertagung 2013, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Tübingen, DE, Oct 2013
9Schäfer M. New roles for cytokinins in plant responses to wounding and herbivore perception. Botanikertagung 2013, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Tübingen, DE, Oct 2013 (invited)
10Baldwin I.T. How a native plant solves life's challenges with a sophisticated use of chemistry. Lecture, Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzengenetik und Kulturpflanzenforschung, Gatersleben, DE, Sep 2013 (invited)
11Erb M. Signaling in plant-insect interactions. 7th EPSO Conference "Plants for a Greening Economy", European Plant Science Organisation, Porto Heli, GR, Sep 2013
12Baldwin I.T. How a Native Plant Solves Life’s Challenges with a Sophisticated Use of Chemistry. International Chemical Ecology Conference 2013, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Asia-Pacific Association of Chemical Ecologists, Melbourne, AU, Aug 2013 (invited)
13Stitz M. The Key to Flower Opening: Jasmonate Signaling and Flower Development in Nicotiana attenuata. International Chemical Ecology Conference 2013, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Asia-Pacific Association of Chemical Ecologists, Melbourne, AU, Aug 2013
14Baldwin I.T. How a native plant solves life's challenges with a sophisticated use of chemistry. Norwich-Cambridge Plant and Microbial Student Symposium, Norwich, GB, Jul 2013 (invited)
15Heiling S. Dereplication and Characterization of novel 17-Hydroxygeranyllinalool diterpene glycosides (HGL-DTGs) in 24 Solanaceous species by U(H)PLC/ESI-TOF-MS and MS/MS. Metabolomics 2013, Metabolomics Society, Glasgow, GB, Jul 2013 (invited)
16Machado R.A.R. Auxins and jasmonates coordinate regrowth responses from rootstocks in Nicotiana attenuata. Society for Experimental Biology Annual Main Meeting 2013, Society for Experimental Biology, Valencia, ES, Jul 2013
17Erb M. Secondary metabolites as determinants of root-herbivore resistance and susceptibility in maize. Kolloquium des Sonderforschungsbereichs SFB924 "Molecular Mechanisms of Agronomic Traits", TU München, Wissenschaftszentrum Weihenstephan, Freising, DE, Jun 2013
18Gaquerel E. Deciphering rapid metabolic changes in plants during insect herbivory: an integrative omic approach using native tobacco. Colloquium of the Collaborative Research Centre 973 “Priming and Memory of Organismic Responses to Stress“, Freie Universität Berlin, Dahlem Centre of Plant Sciences (DCPS), Berlin, DE, May 2013 (invited)
19Baldwin I.T. Beyond the sequencing bottleneck: manipulations and phenotyping as important challenges for the future. New Model Systems for Linking Evolution and Ecology, European Molecular Biology Laboratory EMBL, Heidelberg, DE, May 2013 (invited)
20Erb M. Plant Secondary Metabolites as Determinants of Root-Herbivore Interactions. Biologisches Kolloquium, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, Karlsruhe, DE, Apr 2013 (invited)
21Baldwin I.T. How a native plant solves life's challenges with a sophisticated use of chemistry. 2013 Benjamin Franklin Medal in Chemistry Symposium, University of Pennsylvania, Department of Chemistry, Philadelphia, US, Apr 2013 (invited)
22Stitz M. The key to flower opening: Jasmonate signaling and foral development in Nicotiana attenuata. IMPRS Evaluation Symposium 2013, MPI for Chemical Ecology, IMPRS, Jena, DE, Apr 2013
23Baldwin I.T. How a native plant solves life's challenges with a sophisticated use of chemistry. Public lecture, Florida Max-Planck-Foundation, Palm Beach, US, Mar 2013 (invited)
24Baldwin I.T. Eavesdropping on phytohormone signaling in Nature: lessons from a native tobacco. Seminar, State University of Ohio, Ohio Agriculal Research and Development Center, Wooster, US, Mar 2013 (invited)
25Erb M. Chemical signals as determinants of root-herbivore interactions. NCCR Plant Survival Final Conference: "Plant Survival: a story of sex, violence and light", NCCR (National Centre of Competence in Research) Plant Survival, Université de Neuchâtel, Neuchâtel, CH, Jan 2013 (invited)
26Baldwin I.T. Molecular ecology of plant-hebirvore interactions. Top-lectures Series for Master Students, Universtiy of Leiden, Institute of Biology, Leiden, NL, Jan 2013 (invited)
2012
1Baldwin I.T. Manipulating gene expression to study plant-mediated ecological interactions: lessons from Nicotiana attenuata. Frontiers of Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Dec 2012
2Erb M. Dark magic? Chemical ecology of root-herbivore interactions. Frontiers of Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Dec 2012
3Baldwin I.T. Functional genomics of a native tobacco. Seminar, University of Exeter, College of Life and Environmental Sciences, Exeter, GB, Nov 2012 (invited)
4Gaquerel E. Integrative analysis of metabolic systems underlying plant phenotypic plasticity. Seminar, University of Heidelberg, Centre for Organismal Studies, Heidelberg, DE, Nov 2012 (invited)
5Meldau S. Mechanisms behind optimal defense in plants. Seminar, Julius Kühn Institute, Federal Research Centre for Cultivated Plants JKI, Braunschweig, DE, Oct 2012 (invited)
6Meldau S. Mechanisms behind optimal defense in plants. Kolloquium des Dahlem Centre of Plant Sciences, Dahlem Centre of Plant Sciences, Berlin, DE, Oct 2012 (invited)
7Baldwin I.T. Political lesson from native plants. Minerva German-Israeli Science Festival, Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung Deutschland, Jerusalem, IL, Oct 2012 (invited)
8Baldwin I.T. Tom Eisner’s Nature Vision. International Symposium "Ethomics: Asking the Organism in the Genomics Era", Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Oct 2012
9Kessler D. Ask the plant. Bioassays at the Lytle Ranch Preserve. International Symposium "Ethomics: Asking the Organism in the Genomics Era", Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Oct 2012
10Schuman M. There goes the neighborhood! Community effects of plant volatiles. International Symposium "Ethomics: Asking the Organism in the Genomics Era", Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Oct 2012
11Baldwin I.T. Eavesdropping on phytohormone signaling in Nature: lessons from a native tobacco. XXIX Reunión Argentina de Fisiología Vegetal, Instituto de Investigaciones Fisiologicas y Ecologicas Vinculadas a la Agricultura - Cátedra de Cultivos Industriales, Mar del Plata, AR, Sep 2012 (invited)
12Baldwin I.T. Insect resistance for the long haul: lessons from a native plant. Seminar at IBMP, Institut de Biologie Moléculaire des Plantes - Université de Strasbourg, Strasbourg, FR, Aug 2012 (invited)
13Baldwin I.T. Asking the ecosystem about the function of plant-secondary metabolites. 9th Solanaceae Conference Conference SOL 2012, University of Neuchatel, Neuchâtel, CH, Aug 2012 (invited)
14Gaquerel E. Regulatory and structural genes controlling herbivory-induced changes in the phenolamide metabolic network. 9th Solanaceae Conference Conference SOL 2012, University of Neuchatel, Neuchâtel, CH, Aug 2012 (invited)
15Gase K. What is special about the ecological model plant, Nicotiana attenuata: Sequencing, assembly and analysis of the genome. 9th Solanaceae Conference Conference SOL 2012, University of Neuchatel, Neuchâtel, CH, Aug 2012
16Meldau S. Mechanisms behind optimal defense in plants. Seminar, Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research, Ithaca, NY, US, Aug 2012 (invited)
17Erb M. How to become a successful root pest in three simple steps- A beginner’s guide. 28th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Vilnius, LT, Jul 2012
18Baldwin I.T. How plants solve the outcrossing-defense dilemma. Euro Evo Devo Conference, European Society for Evolutionary Developmental Biology, Lisbon, PT, Jul 2012 (invited)
19Baldwin I.T. Insect resistance for the long haul: lessons from a native plant. Invited Lecture Series at Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciencia, Lisbon, PT, Jul 2012 (invited)
20Baldwin I.T. Asking the ecosystem about the function of plant-secondary metabolites. Human Frontiers Science Program Awardees Meeting, Deagu, KR, Jul 2012 (invited)
21Erb M. How to become a successful root pest in three simple steps - A beginner's guide. Annual Meeting, Society of Experimental Botany, Salzburg, AT, Jul 2012 (invited)
22Weinhold A. Finding the brick in the (cell) wall - heterologous expression of antimicrobial peptides in Nicotiana attenuata. ILRS Group Seminar 2012, International Leibniz Research School for Microbial and Biomolecular Interactions, Jena, DE, Jul 2012
23Erb M. The root of all evil? Plant-herbivore interactions below ground. Symposium on sustainable land use, University of Basel, Institute of Botany, Basel, CH, May 2012
24Heiling S. MS-based Dereplication and Classification of Diterpene Glycosides Profiles of 23 Solanaceaous Plant Species. ASMS 2012/ Breakfast Workshops for Metabolomics and Biologics, Bruker Daltonics, Vancouver, CA, May 2012
25Erb M. Sichtbare Lösungen für unsichtbare Gefahren - Wie die chemische Ökologie von Pflanzenwurzeln zur Ernährung beitragen kann. Press Conference Fascination of Plants Day, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, May 2012
26Baldwin I.T. Pest resistance for the long haul: lessons from a native plant. Chemistry - Biology Lecture at Syngenta AG, Syngenta AG, Stein, DE, Mar 2012 (invited)
27Weinhold A. The silence of the genes - Impact and consequences for transgenes in plants. ILRS Symposium 2012, International Leibniz Research School for Microbial and Biomolecular Interactions, Jena, DE, Mar 2012
28Bonaventure G. Nicotiana attenuata LECTIN RECEPTOR KINASE 1 is involved in the perception of insect feeding. Tagung Molekularbiologie der Pflanzen, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Darbinghausen, DE, Mar 2012
29Baldwin I.T. Insect resistance for the long haul: Lessons from a native plant. Cologne Spring Meeting 2012: Molecular Ecology and Evolution - An International Symposium of SFB 680, Institute for Genetics of the University of Cologne, Köln, DE, Feb 2012 (invited)
30Baldwin I.T. Vegetative volatiles of Nicotiana attenuata and their ecological significance. Gordon Research Conference - Plant Volatiles: Ecology, Biosynthesis, Regulation and Animal Perception of Floral and Vegetative Volatiles, Plus their Roles in Human Flavor and Agriculture, Gordon Research Conferences, Ventura, CA, US, Feb 2012 (invited)
31Schuman M. Community matters: ecological effects of plant volatiles on neighbor phenotypes. Gordon Research Conference - Plant Volatiles: Ecology, Biosynthesis, Regulation and Animal Perception of Floral and Vegetative Volatiles, Plus their Roles in Human Flavor and Agriculture, Gordon Research Conferences, Ventura, CA, US, Feb 2012
32Erb M. The root of all evil? Plant-insect interactions below ground. Seminar, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, Institute for Water and Wetland Research (IWWR) # Institute for Water and Wetland Research, Nijmegen, NL, Jan 2012 (invited)
33Erb M. The root of all evil? Plant insect interactions below ground. Kolloquium, Freie Universität Berlin, Dahlem Centre of Plant Sciences (DCPS), Berlin, DE, Jan 2012 (invited)
34Baldwin I.T. Asking the ecosystem about the function of plant-secondary metabolites. Seminar at Center for Molecular Ecology, Universität Tübingen, Universität Tübingen, Universität Tübingen, Tübingen, DE, Jan 2012 (invited)
2011
1Baldwin I.T. Insect resistance for the long haul: lessons from a native plant. Seminar at National Centre for Biological Sciences, National Centre for Biological Sciences, NCBS, Bangalore, IN, Dec 2011 (invited)
2Gaquerel E. Genomic bases of an eco-responsive metabolome. Kick off meeting Max-Planck Partnergroup Colcata, Institute of Science Education and Research, Kolkata, IN, Dec 2011
3Gase K. Next generation ecology. Genome sequencing and transcriptomic manipulation of the ecological model plant Nicotiana attenuata. Kick off meeting Max-Planck Partnergroup Colcata, Institute of Science Education and Research, Kolkata, IN, Dec 2011
4Gulati J. Computational Genomics : An Edge to Functional Genomics in Plant Systems Biology. Kick off meeting Max-Planck Partnergroup Colcata, Institute of Science Education and Research, Kolkata, IN, Dec 2011
5Meldau S. Genome-enabled networking: herbivore-specific responses through hormone cross-talk. Kick off meeting Max-Planck Partnergroup Colcata, Institute of Science Education and Research, Kolkata, IN, Dec 2011
6Pandit S.S. Plant miRNAs as ‘direct defense’ weapons: A genomic perspective. Kick off meeting Max-Planck Partnergroup Colcata, Institute of Science Education and Research, Kolkata, IN, Dec 2011
7Schuman M. The "talking genome"? Searching for the genomic basis of plant volatile-mediated interactions. Kick off meeting Max-Planck Partnergroup Colcata, Institute of Science Education and Research, Kolkata, IN, Dec 2011
8Xu S. Enabling-genomics: Developing bioinformatic toolboxes for non-model organisms. Kick off meeting Max-Planck Partnergroup Colcata, Institute of Science Education and Research, Kolkata, IN, Dec 2011
9Heinrich M. Discovery of gibberellin actions in a post-fire wild tobacco plant. Seminar, TU Braunschweig, Institut fuer Pflanzenbiologie, Braunschweig, DE, Dec 2011
10Baldwin I.T. Insect resistance for the long haul: lessons from a native plant. Plant & Genomes & Biotechnology: From Genes to Networks, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, NY, US, Dec 2011 (invited)
11Gaquerel E. Metabolomics-assisted discovery of new metabolic defensive traits in /Nicotiana attenuata/. The Future of Chemistry in Chemical Ecology, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Schloss Ringberg, Kreuth, DE, Nov 2011
12Baldwin I.T. Insect resistance for the long haul: lessons from a native plant. Graduate School Symposium "Current Challenges", Biocenrum Helsinki, Helsinki, FI, Nov 2011 (invited)
13Baldwin I.T. Insect resistance for the long haul: lessons from a native plant. Department Seminar, University of Geneve, Department of Botany and Plant Biology, Geneve, CH, Oct 2011 (invited)
14Bonaventure G. Unravelling phenotypic solutions that plants have evolved to cope with insect herbivory. BASF Bioscience Symposium, St. Martin, DE, Oct 2011 (invited)
15Baldwin I.T. Insect resistance for the long haul: lessons from a native plant. Department Seminar, University of Lausanne, Department of Plant Molecular Biology, Lausanne, CH, Oct 2011 (invited)
16Gase K. Obtain the genes for a specified phenotype. Next Generation Plant Ecology & Evolution Workshop 2011, The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, Edinburgh, GB, Oct 2011 (invited)
17Heiling S. Novel Approaches for Structure Elucidation and Confirmation for Plant Metabolomics. 27th Asilomar Conference on Mass Sprectrometry, American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Pacific Grove, CA, US, Oct 2011
18Baldwin I.T. Asking the ecosystem about the function of plant-secondary metabolites. Botanikertagung 2011, German Botanical Society, Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, DE, Sep 2011 (invited)
19Meldau S. New stories from old hormones: roles of cytokinins in plant-herbivore interactions. Botanikertagung 2011, German Botanical Society, Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, DE, Sep 2011
20Yang D. BAK1 and BRI1 differently regulate Nicotiana attenuata’s defense responses to its specialist herbivore Manduca sexta. Botanikertagung 2011, German Botanical Society, Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, DE, Sep 2011 (invited)
21Meldau D. Bacterial body odors make plants happy. MiCom 2011 - 2nd International Student Conference on Microbial Communication, Jena School for Microbial Communication, Jena, DE, Sep 2011
22Baldwin I.T. Insect resistance for the long haul: lessons from a native plant. 2nd International Symposium on Integrative Plant Biology, Chinese Society for Cell Biology, Botanical Society of China, Genetics Society of China and Chinese Society for Plant Physiology, Lanzhou, CN, Aug 2011 (invited)
23Wu J. MPK4 in Nicotiana attenuata: a multifaceted MAPK involved in biotic and abiotic resistance. 2nd International Symposium on Integrative Plant Biology, Chinese Society for Cell Biology, Botanical Society of China, Genetics Society of China and Chinese Society for Plant Physiology, Lanzhou, CN, Aug 2011
24Erb M. Leaf herbivores drive life below ground. 14th Symposium on Insect-Plant Interactions, Wageningen, NL, Aug 2011
25Kessler D. The floral dilemma. 14th Symposium on Insect-Plant Interactions, Wageningen, NL, Aug 2011 (invited)
26Ullmann-Zeunert L. Nitrogen as a currency after herbivory: RuBisCO a dynamic storage of nitrogen. 14th Symposium on Insect-Plant Interactions, Wageningen, NL, Aug 2011
27Gaquerel E. Comprehensive GCXGC-TOFMS analysis of plant volatiles: a newcomer in the plant signaling toolbox? XVIII Botanical Congress, International Union of Biological Sciences, Melbourne, AU, Jul 2011 (invited)
28Weinhold A. Studying the plant's first line of defense -- How analytics reveal new defensive functions of trichomes. 27th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, CA, Jul 2011
29Bonaventure G. Unravelling phenotypic solutions that plants have evolved to cope with environmental problmes. SEB Glasgow 2011, Society for Experimental Biology, Glasgow, GB, Jul 2011 (invited)
30Schäfer M. Digestion and detection: Lipase activity in insect oral secretions induces anti-herbivore defense responses in Arabidopsis thaliana. 7th Plant Science Student Conference, Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie (IPB), Halle (Saale), DE, Jun 2011
31Ullmann-Zeunert L. The relationship between RuBisCO and nitrogen containing defense metabolites after herbivory. 7th Plant Science Student Conference, Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie (IPB), Halle (Saale), DE, Jun 2011
32Yang D. Functions of BAK1/BRI1 in wild tobacco Nicotiana attenuata's responses to chewing herbivore Manduca sexta attack. Seminar at Section of Plant Physiology, Institute of Botany, University of Basel, Basel, CH, Jun 2011
33Yang D. Functions of BAK1/BRI1 in wild tobacco Nicotiana attenuata's responses to chewing herbivore Manduca sexta attack. Seminar at College of Horticulture and Forestry Sciences, Huazhong Agricultural University, Wuhan, CN, May 2011
34Yang D. Functions of BAK1/BRI1 in wild tobacco Nicotiana attenuata's responses to chewing herbivore Manduca sexta attack. Seminar at South China Botanical Garden, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guangzhou, CN, May 2011
35Yang D. Functions of BAK1/BRI1 in wild tobacco Nicotiana attenuata's responses to chewing herbivore Manduca sexta attack. Seminar at College of Plant Protection, Sandong Agricultural University, Taian, CN, May 2011
36Yang D. Functions of BAK1/BRI1 in wild tobacco Nicotiana attenuata's responses to chewing herbivore Manduca sexta attack. Seminar at Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, CN, May 2011
37Baldwin I.T. Insect resistance for the long haul: lessons from a native plant. Seminar at Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, St. Louis, Missouri, US, Apr 2011 (invited)
38Baldwin I.T. Opening lecture. Virginia Tech Molecular Plant Sciences Mini Symposium, Virginia Tech University, Blacksburg, US, Mar 2011 (invited)
39Weinhold A. The resistance of plants against genetic manipulation. ILRS Symposium 2011, International Leibniz Research School for Microbial and Biomolecular Interactions, Dornburg, DE, Mar 2011
40Baldwin I.T. Asking the Ecosystem About the Function of Plant Secondary Metabolites. AAAS Annual Meeting, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Washington, DC, US, Feb 2011 (invited)
41Yang D. Functions of BAK1/BRI1 in wild tobacco Nicotiana attenuata's responses to chewing herbivore Manduca sexta attack. Seminar at Institute of Evolutionary Biology and Environmental Studies, University of Zurich, Zürich, CH, Feb 2011
42Wu J. Herbivory-induced Signaling in Plants: Perception and Action. Seminar at Anhui Agricultural University, Anhui Agricultural University, Hefei, CN, Feb 2011
43Baldwin I.T. Asking the ecosystem about the function of plant-secondary metabolites. Mini Symposium Plant-Insect Interactions in the Post Genomic Era, Faculty of Life Sciences, Copenhagen University, Copenhagen, DK, Feb 2011 (invited)
2010
1Baldwin I.T. Ecology's future mission: salvaging books from the burning library. Science and Society Seminar, The Dresden Forum on Science and Society, Dresden, DE, Dec 2010 (invited)
2Baldwin I.T. Plant defense responses are like onions: there are many layers. Current Challenges in Plant Biology- - Biotic Stress Signalling Conference, Finnish Graduate School in Plant Biology, Helsinki, FI, Dec 2010 (invited)
3Baldwin I.T. Do smRNAs regulate a plant's defense responses against insect attack? 6th Genetic Workshop, Bundesamt für Verbraucherschutz und Lebensmittelsicherheit, Berlin, DE, Nov 2010 (invited)
4Baldwin I.T. Eavesdropping on phytohormone signals a major ecological interaction. Annual Symposium of the Biology and Medicine Section of the MPG 2010, Max Planck Society, Biological and Medical Section, Berlin, DE, Nov 2010
5Baldwin I.T. Ecology’s future mission: salvaging books from the burning library. Institute Seminar, Universtity of Lund, Section of Plant Ecology and Systematics, Department of Ecology, Lund, SE, Nov 2010 (invited)
6Baldwin I.T. Asking the ecosystem about the function of plant secondary metabolites. Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência workshop: Resistance and Tolerance to Infection, Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência workshop, Setúbal, PT, Nov 2010 (invited)
7Allmann S. Lipoxygenases – a Nexus of Plant Defense Signaling. ESP Workshop Plant-Insect-Interactions, Wageningen Iniversity and Reserach Centre, Laboratory of Entomology, Wageningen, NL, Nov 2010 (invited)
8Baldwin I.T. Training a new generation of biologists. ESP Workshop Plant-Insect-Interactions, Wageningen Iniversity and Reserach Centre, Laboratory of Entomology, Wageningen, NL, Nov 2010 (invited)
9Weinhold A. Plants on antibiotics! How transgenic plants should unveil the importance of their microbial associates. MiCom 2010 - 1st International Student Conference on Microbial Communication, Jena School for Microbial Communication, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Jena, DE, Oct 2010
10Galis I. Transduction signálu a mechanismy rezistence rostlin proti herbivornímu hmyzu Sekce: Interakce rostlin s organismy. 12. Konference Experimentálni Biologie Rostlin, Prague, CZ, Sep 2010 (invited)
11Galis I. Dynamics and regulation of defense against herbivores in native tobacco Nicotiana attenuata: A roadmap to understanding plant-herbivore interactions under natural conditions. Institute Seminar, Okayama University, Institute of Plant Science and Resources, Kurashiki, JP, Sep 2010
12Bonaventure G. New insights into the biochemical activation of JA biosynthesis. Plant Biology 2010: Minisymposium: Plants Interacting with other organisms, American Society of Plant Biologists (ASPB), Montreal, CA, Aug 2010 (invited)
13Baldwin I.T. Asking a plant and its natural herbivore community for new means of crop protection. 12th IUPAC International Congress of Pesticide Chemistry, Royal Australian Chemical Institute’s National Convention, Melbourne, AU, Jul 2010 (invited)
14Baldwin I.T. Eavesdropping in phytohormone signaling. 2nd Banff Conference on Plant Metabolism, Banff Conference Centre, Calgary, CA, Jun 2010 (invited)
15Baldwin I.T. Eavesdropping on Phytohormone Signaling as Path Towards Mutualisms. Missouri Life Science Week 2010, University of Missouri, Division of Biological Sciences, Division of Biological Sciences, Columbia MO, US, Apr 2010 (invited)
16Baldwin I.T. Asking the ecosystem if herbivory-induced volatile organic compounds have defensive functions. British Ecological Society Annual Meeting "The Integrative Role of Plant Secondary Metabolites in Ecological Systems", British Ecological Society, University of Sussex, Brighton, GB, Apr 2010 (invited)
17Baldwin I.T. Ecology’s future mission: salvaging books from the burning library. Human Frontier Science Program meeting 2010, Human Frontier Science Program Organization, Strasbourg, FR, Mar 2010 (invited)
18Baldwin I.T. Using transformed plants to study the cost/benefit paradigm of resource allocation in plants. SFB 607 Symposium 2010, Centre for Life and Food Sciences Weihenstephan, Freising, DE, Mar 2010 (invited)
19Bonaventure G. Understanding the mechanisms specifying insect responses in plants. Symposium SFB and GK at the University of Würzburg, Universität Würzburg, Pommersfelden, DE, Feb 2010 (invited)
20Baldwin I.T. Eavesdropping on Phytohormone Signaling as Path Towards Mutualisms: Host Plant Ethylene Production and Perception Structures the Culturable Root Bacterial Endophyte Community of Nicotiana attenuata. Biology10 conference, Université de Neuchatel, Université de Neuchatel, Faculté de sciences, Neuchatel, CH, Feb 2010 (invited)
21Baldwin I.T. Host Plant Ethylene Production and Perception Structures the Culturable Root Bacterial Endophyte Community of Nicotiana attenuata. 7th Okazaki Biology Conference - The Evolution of Symbiotic Systems, Okazaki Biology Conferences, National Institute for Basic Biology, Kakegawa, JP, Jan 2010 (invited)
2009
1Schuck S. Chemische Ökologie. Schülervortrag, Hermann-Staudinger Gymnasium, Erlenbach, DE, Nov 2009
2Baldwin I.T. Using transgenic plants to study ecological interactions. Seminar at Plant Molecular & Cellular Biology Graduate School, University of Floriday, Gainesville, FL, US, Nov 2009 (invited)
3Baldwin I.T. Training a new generation of biologists: the genome-enabled field biologist. American Philosophical Society Meeting, American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, US, Nov 2009 (invited)
4Baldwin I.T. Asking the plant about “stress”. Seminar at John Innes Centre, John Innes Centre, Norwich, GB, Oct 2009 (invited)
5Baldwin I.T. How plants get what they want from floral visitors. Institutsseminar am MPI für Züchtungsforschung, Köln, DE, Oct 2009 (invited)
6Baldwin I.T. Paul's legacy at the MPI for Chemical Ecology in Jena. Feeny Fling Symposium, Ithaca, NY, US, Oct 2009 (invited)
7Sonntag D. The structure of the culturable root bacterial endophyte community of Nicotiana attenuata is organized by soil composition and host plant ethylene production and perception. JSMC/ILRS Symposium, Jenaer School for Microbial Communication/International Leibniz Research School, Jena, DE, Oct 2009 (invited)
8Bonaventure G. How do plants perceive insect herbivores and trigger specific defence responses? 53th SIGA Congress, Italian Society of Agricultural Genetics, , Sep 2009 (invited)
9Baldwin I.T. Using Transformed Native Plants to Study Ecological Interactions. BES Annual Meeting 2009, British Ecological Society, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, GB, Sep 2009 (invited)
10Anssour S. Changes in uni-parental gene expression in synthetic Nicotiana allopolyploids: consequences for antiherbivore defense responses. Fribourg Ecology and Evolution Days 2009 3ème cycle Mini-Symposium, University of Fribourg, Fribourg, CH, Sep 2009
11Baldwin I.T. How plants get what they want from floral visitors. 25th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Neuchâtel, CH, Aug 2009 (invited)
12Bonaventure G. Identification of Regulators of FAC-Mediated Responses in N. attenuata. 25th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Neuchâtel, CH, Aug 2009
13Onkokesung N. CROSS-TALK BETWEEN JASMONIC ACID AND ETHYLENE IS IMPORTANT FOR TUNING OF GROWTH AND DEFENSE IN Nicotiana attenuata. Summerschool Utrecht 2009, Universiteit Utrecht, Utrecht, NL, Aug 2009
14van Doorn A. Specificity in Plant Herbivore Interactions: Plant-Mediated Conversion of Insect. 25th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Neuchâtel, CH, Aug 2009
15Allmann S. Crying for Help: The Cis-Trans Signature of Nicotiana attenuata. Gordon Research Conference - Floral & Vegetative Volatiles, Gordon Research Conferences, Magdalen College, Oxford, UK, Oxford, GB, Aug 2009
16Gaquerel E. Metabolomic Analysis of Plant Volatile Emissions by Comprehensive GCXGC-TOFMS. Gordon Research Conference - Floral & Vegetative Volatiles, Gordon Research Conferences, Magdalen College, Oxford, UK, Oxford, GB, Aug 2009
17Baldwin I.T. Using transformed native plants to study ecological interactions. Gordon Research Conference - Evolutionary & Ecological Functional Genomics, Gordon Research Conferences, Tilton School, Tilton, NH, US, Jul 2009 (invited)
18Meldau S. SGT1 regulates JA biosynthesis and perception in Nicotiana attenuata. 5th Plant Science Student Conference, Halle (Saale), DE, Jun 2009 (invited)
19Schuman M., Heiling S., Schöttner M., Mukerjee P.A., Berger B., Schneider B., Baldwin I.T. "Lite tobacco?" Glycoside "sugar substitutes" in Nicotiana attenuata lead to thinner caterpillars. 5th Plant Science Student Conference, Halle (Saale), DE, Jun 2009
20Yang D. BAK1 positively regulates wounding- and herbivory-induced jasmonic acid (JA) and JA-amino acid conjugate (JA-Ile) in Nicotiana attenuata. 5th Plant Science Student Conference, Halle (Saale), DE, Jun 2009
21Baldwin I.T. Asking the plant about “stress". 8th International Conference on the Plant Hormone Ethylene, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, US, Jun 2009 (invited)
22Wu J. When an herbivore takes a bite, does plant know? Plant Vascular Biology and Agriculture, Chongqing, CN, Jun 2009 (invited)
23Anssour S. Changes in uni-parental gene expression in synthetic Nicotiana allopolyploids: consequences for anti-herbivore defense responses. International Conference on Polyploidy, Hybridization and Biodiversity ICPAB 2009, Saint-Malo, FR, May 2009
24Baldwin I.T. Training a new generation of plant-biologists: genome-enabled field biologists. Seminar at Graduate School Experimental Plant Sciences, Lunteren, NL, Apr 2009 (invited)
25Baldwin I.T. A Natural Laboratory on the Cutting Edge of Biological Research. Tanner lecture at Brigham Young University, Provo, UT, US, Mar 2009 (invited)
26Baldwin I.T. Training genome-enabled natural historians. Seminar at UC Davis, Davis, CA, US, Mar 2009 (invited)
27Weinhold A. Microbial Interaction relevant for the fitness of Nicotiana attenuata in the native environment. ILRS Symposium 2009, International Leibniz Research School for Microbial and Biomolecular Interactions, Jena, DE, Mar 2009
28Heinzel N. Qualitative und quantitative Analytik mit GC/MS und LC/MS-MS -. Varian-Anwendertreffen, Varian, Hamburg, DE, Jan 2009
29Baldwin I.T. Organismic-level analysis of plant gene function. HHMI Workshop in Future Horizons in Plant Science, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Chevy Chase, US, Jan 2009 (invited)
2008
1Sonntag D. Modifications in ethylene homeostasis of Nicotiana attenuata grown in native soils influence diversity of endophytic bacteria in roots. JSMC Symposium 2008, Jena School of Microbial Communication, Jena, DE, Dec 2008 (invited)
2Mustermann M. Talk about my theses. Seminarreihe Uni Leipzig, Abt. Biologie, Leipzig, DE, Dec 2008
3Gaquerel E. Nicotiana attenuata a-DOX1 tags insect herbivores with a signal. Postdoc retreat of the Green MPIs, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, MPI for Plant Breeding Research, Köln, DE, Nov 2008
4Baldwin I.T. Using transformed plants to study the chemically- mediated interactions between plants and insects. Symposium of the Delwart Foundation "Chemical Communication within, among and around plants", Fondation Jean-Marie Delwart, Genval, BE, Nov 2008 (invited)
5Baldwin I.T. Why natural history is essential for understanding gene function? 9th International Congress on Cell Biology, The Korean Society for Molecular and Cellular Biology, Seoul, KR, Oct 2008 (invited)
6Baldwin I.T. Using transgenetic native plants to study ecological interactions. Minisymposium in Plant Biology, Universität Köln, Abteilung für Biologie, Köln, DE, Sep 2008
7Baldwin I.T. Insect-Plant Interactions in the Genomic Era: From Fundamental Knowledge to Application in Pest Management. Mini-Symposium on Chemical and Visual Ecology of Arthropods: From Genes to Pest Management, The Rank Prize Funds, Windermere, GB, Sep 2008 (invited)
8Gaquerel E. Nicotiana attenuata a-DOX1 tags Manduca sexta larvae with a signal. Mini-Symposium on Chemical and Visual Ecology of Arthropods: From Genes to Pest Management, The Rank Prize Funds, Windermere, GB, Sep 2008 (invited)
9Meldau S. Can being unapparent to herbivores diminish for reduced defenses. Plant Interactions with the Environment, Universität Neuchâtel, Neuchâtel, CH, Sep 2008
10Schuman M., Heinzel N., Gaquerel E., Svatoš A., Baldwin I.T. Polymorphism in jasmonate-controlled volatile signaling in Nicotiana attenuata. Plant Interactions with the Environment, Universität Neuchâtel, Neuchâtel, CH, Sep 2008
11Baldwin I.T. Mosquitos browse on humans and insect graze plants …. Vector Control Consulation, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Seattle, US, Jul 2008 (invited)
12Merker H. Oldies but goldies: NAC transcription factors and leucine aminopeptidase in plant defense. Plant Biology 2008 Joint Annual Meeting of the American Society of Plant Biologists and the Sociedad Mexicana de Bioquimica Rama y Biologia Molecular de Plantas, American Society of Plant Biologists (ASPB), Mérida, MX, Jul 2008 (invited)
13Wu J. Genetic modifications of Nicotiana attenuata reveal functions of plant secondary metabolites in resistance to herbivory. 1st International Conference on Plant Secondary Metabolism, Chinese Society for Plant Physiology, Kunming, CN, Jun 2008 (invited)
14Wu J. Herbivory activates MAPK signaling in Nicotiana attenuata. Seminar /Nanjing University, Nanjing University, Department of Molecular Biology, Nanjing, CN, Jun 2008
15Baldwin I.T. Using native habitats to understand gene function. Parismåla meeting, SLU Alnarp, Alnarp, SE, Apr 2008 (invited)
16Bonaventure G. Fatty acid-amino acid conjugates as elicitors of herbivore-specific responses: the case of Nicotiana attenuata. Plant Signalling: Opportunities for Non-Cidal Pest Control, Society of Chemical Industry, London, GB, Mar 2008 (invited)
17Baldwin I.T. Using transformed plants to study ecological interactions in the real world. Institute Seminar, Universität Bern, Department of Plant Biology, Bern, DE, Feb 2008 (invited)
18Baldwin I.T. Using transformed plants to study ecological interactions. Institute Seminar, ECROPS Erlangen Center of Plant Science, Erlangen, DE, Jan 2008 (invited)
19Baldwin I.T. Lytle Preserve Ranch- -a natural laboratory to study gene function. Institute Seminar, Brigham Young University, Provo, US, Jan 2008 (invited)
20Baldwin I.T. Using native habitats to understand gene function. Institute Seminar, Carnegie Institution at Standford University, San Francisco, US, Jan 2008 (invited)
21Baldwin I.T. How undergraduates can revolutionize the study of biology. Institute Seminar, Pomona College, Claremont, US, Jan 2008 (invited)
2007
1Baldwin I.T. Plant genes that matter in the real world. Biochemisches Colloquium des Göttinger Zentrums für Molekulare Biowissenschaften, Göttinger Zentrum für Molekulare Biowissenschaften, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Göttingen, DE, Dec 2007 (invited)
2Baldwin I.T. Asking the plant about what's important in plant-herbivore interactions. Departmental Seminar, Cambridge University, Department of Plant Sciences, Cambridge, GB, Nov 2007
3Baldwin I.T. Using 'deaf' and 'mute' plants to study ecological interactions mediated by leaf volatiles. Gordon Research Conference - Floral & Vegetative Volatiles, Les Diablerets, CH, Oct 2007
4Baldwin I.T. The Many Flavors of Function; Understanding the Function of Plant Genes in a Real-World Context. Korean Max Planck Symposium on Biosciences and Materials Science, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Seoul, KR, Oct 2007 (invited)
5Schwachtje J. Plant tolerance against herbivory. IMPRS Evaluation Symposium, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Sep 2007
6Baldwin I.T. Understanding the function of secondary metabolites with transgenic plants. XI Congresso Brasileiro de Fisiologia Vegetal, Brazilian Society of Plant Physiology, Gramado, BR, Sep 2007 (invited)
7Baldwin I.T. Research opportunities and international cooperation in Germany. XI Congresso Brasileiro de Fisiologia Vegetal, Brazilian Society of Plant Physiology, Gramado, BR, Sep 2007 (invited)
8Baldwin I.T. Secondary metabolites from a plant's perspective: the myriad of reasons why plant's make drugs. Linnaeus Symposium: Remedies from Animals and Plants at the Royal Academy of Sciences, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Stockholm, SE, Sep 2007 (invited)
9Allmann S. What is a plant paying attention to? The impact of above- and belowground VOC‘s on a neighbouring plant. International Summerschool - Environmental signaling: Arabidopsis as a model, Utrecht University, Faculty of Biology, Phytopathology, Utrecht, NL, Aug 2007
10Schmidt S. Systemin in Solanum nigrum: Safeguard after herbivory. 13th International Symposium on Insect-Plant Relationships, Uppsala, SE, Aug 2007
11Steppuhn A. Defensive synergism – Nicotine prevents herbivores from compensating for plant protease inhibitors. 23rd ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Jul 2007
12Schuman M. Die (nicht sehr?) geheime Sprache der Pflanzen. Schulvortrag anlässlich MPG Hauptversammlung, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Kiel, DE, Jun 2007
13Paschold A. CO(I)-ordnation of jasmonate biosynthesis and local defense responses to herbivory in Nicotiana attenuata. 3rd Plant Science Students Conference PSSC, Halle (Saale), DE, Jun 2007
14Gaquerel E. Oxylipin metabolism during stress; The role of the a-dioxygenase pathway in lower and higher plants. Lipid Metabolism Meeting, University of Paris VI (Pierre et Marie Curie), Station Biologique de Roscoff, Paris, FR, Jun 2007
15von Dahl C.C. Tuning the defence response with VOCs: methanol and ethylene in plant-insect interactions. Joint International Workshop on: PR-proteins and induced resistance against pathogens and insects, Wageningen University, Entomology, Doorn, NL, May 2007 (invited)
16Baldwin I.T. Chemical Ecology is Functional Biology. Symposium in Honor of Jerrold Meinwald in Celebration of his 80th Birthday, Cornell University, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Ithaca, NY, US, May 2007 (invited)
17Schuman M. Studium im Ausland. Girls' Day, MPICE, Jena, DE, Apr 2007
18Wu J. Communication between plants: induced resistance in wild tobacco plants following of neighbouring sagebrush is mediated by NaMJE. ViBi-Meeting at GSF-Biochemical Plant Pathology 2007, Virtuelles Institut für Biotische Interaktionen, Neuherberg, DE, Apr 2007
19von Dahl C.C. Herbivore-induced emission of small-molecular-mass compounds: waste product, artifact, or active signal? EPS workshop "Ecology and Experimental Plant Sciences: From Molecules to Multitrophic Interactions", University of Wageningen, Wageningen, NL, Mar 2007 (invited)
20Steppuhn A. Freunde und Feinde des Wüstentabaks Nicotiana attenuata. 10. Treffen der Arbeitsgruppe "Biologischer Pflanzenschutz", Verband Botanischer Gärten, Westphälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Botanischer Garten, Münster, DE, Mar 2007 (invited)
21Baldwin I.T. Genetic manipulations of plant-herbivore interactions. Gordon Research Conference - Plant Herbivore Interactions, Ventura, US, Feb 2007 (invited)
22Baldwin I.T. The Many Flavors Of Function; Understanding The Function Of Plant Genes In A Real-World Context. Plant & Animal Genomes XV Conference, San Diego, CA, US, Jan 2007 (invited)
23Baldwin I.T. Plant communication in the molecular era. Seminar, University of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, BR, Jan 2007 (invited)
2006
1Hartl M. The endogenous and ecological functions of serine-protease inhibitors in Solanum nigrum. MPI-CE - NCL Workshop on proteomic insights into plant-insect interaction, MPI for Chemical Ecology, National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, IN, Dec 2006
2Meldau S. Function of MAPK signaling in plant herbivore interaction. MPI-CE - NCL Workshop on proteomic insights into plant-insect interaction, MPI for Chemical Ecology, National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, IN, Dec 2006
3Mittapalli O. Galling interactions: a call for comparative studies. MPI-CE - NCL Workshop on proteomic insights into plant-insect interaction, MPI for Chemical Ecology, National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, IN, Dec 2006
4Wünsche H. Post-Ingestive Proteomics of Manduca sexta Feeding on Nicotiana attenuata. MPI-CE - NCL Workshop on proteomic insights into plant-insect interaction, MPI for Chemical Ecology, National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, IN, Dec 2006
5Baldwin I.T. Using transformed plants to study ecological interactions. 4th Annual Ecological Genomics Symposium, Kansas City, US, Nov 2006 (invited)
6Hartl M. Ab in’s Grüne! (Field releases of genetically modified plants in ecological research: experiences and results). Board of trustees of the MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Oct 2006
7Baldwin I.T. Towards molecular ecology. ETNA Summer School 2006 "Metabolite Profiling and Data Analysis", European Training and Networking Activity, Potsdam, DE, Sep 2006 (invited)
8Baldwin I.T. The many flavors of function; understanding the function of plant genes in a real-world context. IPK Seminar, Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzengenetik und Kulturpflanzenforschung (IPK), Gatersleben, DE, Sep 2006 (invited)
9Baldwin I.T. Using 'deaf' and 'mute' plants to study ecological interactions mediated by volatiles. Minerva Workshop, University of TelAviv, Tel Aviv, IL, Sep 2006 (invited)
10Baldwin I.T. Plant-herbivore interactions in non-model systems. Gordon Research Conference - Plant Molecular Biology, Plymouth, NH, US, Jul 2006 (invited)
11von Dahl C.C. Herbivore induced ethylene and its impact on Nicotiana attenuatas' defense response. 7th International Symposium on the Plant Hormone Ethylene, Pisa, IT, Jun 2006
12Baldwin I.T. The many flavors of function; understanding the function of plant genes in a real-world context. Harvard University, Boston, US, May 2006 (invited)
13Baldwin I.T. The many flavors of function; understanding the function of plant genes in a real-world context. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, US, May 2006 (invited)
14Baldwin I.T. Using transgenic plants to study plant-herbivore interactions. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, CA, May 2006 (invited)
15Baldwin I.T. The many flavors of function; understanding the function of plant genes in a real-world context. Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzengenetik und Kulturpflanzenforschung (IPK), Gatersleben, DE, May 2006 (invited)
16Baldwin I.T. Using transgenic plants to study plant-insect interactions. International Plant Resistance to Insects (IPRI) Workshop, Purdue University, Purdue, Indiana, US, Apr 2006 (invited)
17Baldwin I.T. Approach to the Research from Department for Molecular Ecology at MPICE. IMPRS Recruitment Symposium, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Apr 2006 (invited)
18Baldwin I.T. The merger paradox: are complex adaptations rendered dysfunctional as a result of the merging of genomes during allopolyploid speciation? Harvard University, Boston, US, Feb 2006 (invited)
19Baldwin I.T. Using genetically transformed plants to study plant-insect interactions. Institute of Plant Biology, University of Zurich, Dept. of Microbiology, Zurich, CH, Feb 2006 (invited)
20Baldwin I.T. Hypothesis testing in ecological research. BIORHIZ Workshop: Rhizosphere processes and induced defence, Jena, DE, Jan 2006 (invited)
21Gase K. Introduction to micro array: From RNA to Micro array. BIORHIZ Workshop: Rhizosphere processes and induced defence, Jena, DE, Jan 2006
22Hartl M. Studying plant defenses using micro arrays. BIORHIZ Workshop: Rhizosphere processes and induced defence, Jena, DE, Jan 2006
23Pandey S.P. Using microarays to study microRNAs . BIORHIZ Workshop: Rhizosphere processes and induced defence, Jena, DE, Jan 2006
24Steppuhn A. Using gene-silencing to study ecological interactions in the field. BIORHIZ Workshop: Rhizosphere processes and induced defence, Jena, DE, Jan 2006
2005
1Baldwin I.T. Using genetically modified plants to study ecological interactions. Tufts University, Boston, US, Dec 2005 (invited)
2Baldwin I.T. Plant-insect interactions in the real world. Common colloquium of the Max Planck Institutes in Tübingen, MPI for Developmental Biology, Tübingen, DE, Nov 2005 (invited)
3Pandey S.P. Molecular basis of ecological sophistication: herbivore attack and plant defence. Centre for Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, IN, Oct 2005 (invited)
4Baldwin I.T. Plant-Herbivore Interactions. Environmental signaling: Arabidopsis as a model - PhD summerschool, Utrecht University, Utrecht, NL, Aug 2005 (invited)
5Baldwin I.T. Oxylipins in plant-herbivore interactions: Tales from Nicotiana attenuata in the real world. 2nd European Symposium on Plant Lipids, European Federation for the Science and Technology of Lipids, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, DK, Aug 2005 (invited)
6Baldwin I.T. Using genetically modified plants to study ecological interactions. The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Copenhagen, DK, Aug 2005 (invited)
7Halitschke R. Genetically silenced defense responses: Consequences for the herbivore community composition on Nicotiana attenua. 21st ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Washington, DC, US, Jul 2005 (invited)
8Schwachtje J. The role of SnRK1 kinases for plant tolerance against herbivory. Institut für Chemie und Dynamik der Geosphäre ICG II: Phytosphäre Froschungszentrum Jülich, Jülich, DE, May 2005 (invited)
9Baldwin I.T. Using genetically modified plants to study ecological interactions. Harvard Plant Biology Symposium, Harvard University, Boston, US, May 2005 (invited)
10Baldwin I.T. Chemical Ecology, Ecology, and Evolution. MOEL Conference "Science and Art in Europe", Max-Planck-Institut für Biogeochemie, Jena, DE, May 2005 (invited)
11Baldwin I.T. Oxylipins in plant-herbivore interactions : Tales from Nicotiana attenuata in the real world. 6eme Colloque National de la SFBV, Société Francaise de Biologie Végétale, Arcachon, FR, Apr 2005 (invited)
12Baldwin I.T. Chemical ecology in the real world. lecture at IGERT program, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia , US, Apr 2005 (invited)
13Baldwin I.T. Why entomologists continue to push the frontiers of plant-insect interactions? Annual meeting of the German Zoological Society, Bayreuth University, Bayreuth, DE, Apr 2005 (invited)
14Baldwin I.T. Costs and benefits of plant resistance traits. Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences CAS, Beijing, CN, Mar 2005 (invited)
15Baldwin I.T. Plant herbivore interactions: tales from Nicotiana attenuata. Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences CAS, Beijing, CN, Mar 2005 (invited)
16Baldwin I.T. Oxylipin signaling in the real world. Institute of Genetic and Development Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences CAS, Beijing, CN, Mar 2005 (invited)
17Baldwin I.T. Complex ecological adaptations and polyploid speciation. Hangzhou University, Hangzhou, CN, Mar 2005 (invited)
18Baldwin I.T. Use of GMOs for field ecological work. APHIS meeting, Washington, DC, US, Mar 2005 (invited)
19Baldwin I.T. Nicotiana attenuata - a model for Biorhizal research. BIORHIZ workshop, Netherlands Institute of Ecology, Wageningen, NL, Jan 2005 (invited)
2004
1Baldwin I.T. Deciphering the herbivore-induced transcriptomes of Nicotiana attenuata and Solanum nigrum. Annual meeting of the Entomological Society of America 2004, Section F Symposium: Molecular Analysis of Host Plant Resistance to Insect Herbovores, Entomological Society of America, Salt Lake City, US, Nov 2004 (invited)
2Baldwin I.T. The value of using genetically modified plants for studying plant-herbivore interactions in nature. Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich, Zürich, CH, Nov 2004 (invited)
3Baldwin I.T. A historical view of the plant defense literature. IMPRS The Exploration of Ecological Interacitons with Molecular and Chemical Techniques, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Nov 2004 (invited)
4Baldwin I.T. Plant-insect signaling in the real world. 2nd EPSO Conference '04 "Interactions in Plant Biology: cells, plants and communities", University of Naples "Federico II", Ischia, IT, Oct 2004 (invited)
5Wu J. The evolution of proteinase inhibitor defense mechanism during polyploidy speciation in Nicotiana native to North America. 3rd Colloquium of the Priority Programme 1152 "Evolution of Metabolic Diversity" (EvoMet), Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), Halle (Saale), DE, Oct 2004 (invited)
6Baldwin I.T. The costs and benefits of plant chemical defense against herbivores. Colloquium on "Plant-Insect Interactions", John Innes Centre, Norwich, GB, Sep 2004 (invited)
7Baldwin I.T. The costs and benefits of herbivore defenses. 9th International Congress of Endocytobiology and Symbiosis, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Jena, DE, Sep 2004 (invited)
8Baldwin I.T. The value of using genetically modified plants for studying plant-herbivore interactions in nature. Botanikertagung 2004, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Vereinigung für Angewandte Botanik, Braunschweig, DE, Sep 2004 (invited)
9Baldwin I.T. Maintenance of polygenetic adaptions during allopolyploid speciation. Botanikertagung 2004, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Vereinigung für Angewandte Botanik, Braunschweig, DE, Sep 2004 (invited)
10Wu J. The evolution of herbivore-specific expression of proteinase inhibitors during polyploidy speciation in Nicotiana native to North America. Botanikertagung 2004, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Vereinigung für Angewandte Botanik, Braunschweig, DE, Sep 2004 (invited)
11Kessler A., Halitschke R., Baldwin I.T. Silencing the jasmonate cascade: Influences of induced plant defenses on herbivore community composition. ESA Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Portland, OR, United States, US, Aug 2004
12Steppuhn A. Nicotine's defensive function in nature. ESA Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Portland, OR, United States, US, Aug 2004
13Baldwin I.T. The raison d'etre for inducibility of antiherbivore defenses: costs and information content. International Workshop on PR-Proteins and Induced Resistance, Plant Research Department, Riso National Laboratory, Roskilde + Department of Biology, University of Fribourg, Switzerland, Elsinore, DK, May 2004 (invited)
14Baldwin I.T. Bringing molecular tools to the study of ecology in native plants. Workshop: Dynamic of plants in a changing environment, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Jülich, DE, May 2004 (invited)
15Baldwin I.T. The costs and benefits of defense in a terrestial desert plant. MPI for Terrestrial Microbiology, Marburg, DE, Apr 2004 (invited)
16Baldwin I.T. S. nigrum in biorhiz evolution process. BIORHIZ commission meeting, University of Lund, Lund, SE, Apr 2004 (invited)
17Baldwin I.T. The costs and benefits of chemical defense. State University of California, Riverside, LA, US, Apr 2004 (invited)
18Baldwin I.T. The costs and benefits of chemical defense. State University of Florida, Gainsville, Florida, US, Apr 2004 (invited)
19Baldwin I.T. Bringing molecular tools to the study of plant-insect interactions in nature. Institut de Biologie Moleculaire des Plantes, Centre de la Recherche Scientifique, Strassburg, FR, Mar 2004 (invited)
20Baldwin I.T. Maintenance of Complex Adaptations during Speciations: Naturstuff meeting. 16. Irseer Naturstofftage, DECHEMA, Irsee, DE, Feb 2004 (invited)
2003
1Baldwin I.T. Use of GMOs in Ecological Research: Council of British NGOs. Rausing Foundation, London, GB, Dec 2003
2Steppuhn A. Nicotine - ecological costs and benefits. Seminar, Abteilung für Angewandte Zoologie/ Tierökologie, Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, DE, Nov 2003
3Baldwin I.T. Chemical signaling between plants and herbivores in natural ecosystems. Kolloquium der Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh), Aachen, DE, Nov 2003
4Baldwin I.T. Costs of Chemical defense. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, US, Oct 2003
5Baldwin I.T. Jasmonate signaling in Nicotiana attenuata. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, US, Sep 2003
6Baldwin I.T., Kessler A. The emission of herbivore induced phytochemicals and their effect on the insect community of Nicotiana attenuata in natural populations. ESA Annual Meeting, The Ecological Society of America, Savannah, Georgia, US, Aug 2003 (invited)
7Halitschke R. Ecological consequences of altered jasmonate signaling capacity in Nicotiana attenuata. ESA Annual Meeting, The Ecological Society of America, Savannah, Georgia, US, Aug 2003 (invited)
8Kang J.H. Wound Responsive Gene, Threonine Deaminase Regulates Induced Jasmonic Acid Accumulation in Nicotiana attenuata. 1st Joint ISCE-APACE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Asia-Pacific Association for Chemical Ecology, Gyeongju, KR, Jul 2003
9Bubner B. Real-time PCR as quantification tool. Group presentation at the NanoBiophotonics Group, Göttingen, DE, May 2003
10Baldwin I.T. The merger paradox. University of California, Berkeley, Department of Plant and Microbial Biology, Berkeley, CA, US, Apr 2003
11Baldwin I.T. Transcriptional imprints of ecologcial interactions. Annual Meeting of the Society for Experimental Biology, Society for Experimental Biology, Southampton, GB, Mar 2003 (invited)
12Schmidt D.D. The effects of ecosystem complexity and biodiversity on the expression of ecologically relevant genes in a model plant, Solanum nigrum. DFG project meeting, Jena, DE, Mar 2003
13Heidel A. Fitness Costs of SAR. University of Munich, Department of Evolutionary Biology, Munich, DE, Mar 2003
14Baldwin I.T. The merger paradox. Symposium des Forschungszentrums für Umwelt und Gesundheit, Weihenstephan, DE, Feb 2003
15Baldwin I.T. Recource-Based Constraints in Herbivore Defense: Lessons from native Nicotiana. SFB 607 "Growth and Parasite Defense" - Second International Symposium, Neuherberg, DE, Feb 2003
16Steppuhn A. Ecological benefits of nicotine & the role of a-DOX1 after herbivore attack. Seminar Max Planck Institute for Molecular Plant Physiology, Max Planck Institute for Molecular Plant Physiology, Golm, DE, Jan 2003
17Benderoth M. The influence of two mycorrhizoidal fungi on Defense, Development and Fitness of Nicotiana attenuata. PhD Students Seminar, MPI for Chemical Ecology/ MPI for Molecular Plant Physiology, MPI for Molecular Plant Physiology, Golm, DE, Jan 2003
18Kang J.H. The Role of Threonine Deaminase (TD) in Nicotiana attenuata. PhD Students Seminar, MPI for Chemical Ecology/ MPI for Molecular Plant Physiology, MPI for Molecular Plant Physiology, Golm, DE, Jan 2003
19Baldwin I.T. Allopolyploid speciation and its effects on ecological adaptations: Plant-herbivore interactions in Nicotiana native to North America. National Academy of Sciences Sackler Colloquium "Chemical communication in a post-genomic world", Ivrine, Ca, US, Jan 2003 (invited)
2002
1Baldwin I.T. Allopolyploid speciation and its effects on ecological adaptations: Plant-herbivore interactions in Nicotiana native to North America. MPG Sektionssymposium, Biologisch-Medizinische Sektion, Berlin, DE, Nov 2002
2Baldwin I.T. Plant ecological expression systems: Nicotiana attenuata and Solanum nigrum. Green Institute Meeting (MPICOE, MPI-Golm, MPI-Köln), Harnack-Haus, Berlin, DE, Nov 2002 (invited)
3Gase K. Molecular tools for the ecological expression systems. Green Institute Meeting (MPICOE, MPI-Golm, MPI-Köln), Harnack-Haus, Berlin, DE, Nov 2002
4Kessler A. Nature as a scientific laboratory. Green Institute Meeting (MPICOE, MPI-Golm, MPI-Köln), Harnack-Haus, Berlin, DE, Nov 2002
5Krock B. Analytical tools for the ecological expression systems. Green Institute Meeting (MPICOE, MPI-Golm, MPI-Köln), Harnack-Haus, Berlin, DE, Nov 2002
6Baldwin I.T. Andy Goldsworthy and ecological research. Ecological and Biodiversity Research, Krakau, PL, Nov 2002
7Baldwin I.T. Nicotiana attenuata and Solanum nigrum as plant ecological expression systems. Ecological and Biodiversity Research, Krakau, PL, Nov 2002
8Halitschke R. Dissecting the oxylipin-regulated ecological interactions of Nicotiana attenuata. Ecological and Biodiversity Research, Krakau, PL, Nov 2002 (invited)
9Kessler A. Nicotiana attenuata - an example of plant-mediated tri-trophic interactions. Ecological and Biodiversity Research, Krakau, PL, Nov 2002
10Baldwin I.T. Answering Ecological Questions with the Tools of Plant Molecular Biology in Nicotiana attenuata. LeTourneau Memorial Lectureship, University of Idaho, Microbiology, Molecular Biology & Biochemistry, Moscow, ID, US, Oct 2002
11Baldwin I.T. Transcriptional imprints of ecologcial interactions. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, US, Oct 2002
12Baldwin I.T. Molecular ecology of Nicotiana attenuata. Boyce Thompson Institute, Ithaca, NY, US, Oct 2002
13Baldwin I.T. Our dissapearing biological legacy. Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ, US, Oct 2002
14Halitschke R. Manipulation of defense signaling in Nicotiana attenuata. 4. Kurt-Mothes-Doktoranden-Workshop Sekundärstoffwechsel, MPI für Chemische Ökologie, Jena, DE, Oct 2002 (invited)
15Schmidt D.D. The model plant Solanum nigrum – molecular tools for ecological questions. 4. Kurt-Mothes-Doktoranden-Workshop Sekundärstoffwechsel, MPI für Chemische Ökologie, Jena, DE, Oct 2002
16Baldwin I.T. Herbivore-specific responses in Nicotiana attenuata. Botanikertagung 2002, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Freiburg, DE, Sep 2002 (invited)
17Baldwin I.T. VIGS in ecolgical research. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Ökologie, Gesellschaft für Ökologie, Cottbus, DE, Sep 2002 (invited)
18Baldwin I.T. The thawing freezer: the frozen biological legacy of the tibetan icefield. Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, Chinese Adademy of Sciences, Beijing, CN, Aug 2002
19Kang J.H. Developmental and wound-responsive regulation of threonine deaminase gene promotor from Nicotiana attenuata. 19th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Hamburg, DE, Aug 2002 (invited)
20Baldwin I.T. Plant ecology in the genomic era: lessons from native Nicotiana. Plant Biology Canada 2002, Calgary, CA, Jun 2002
21Voelckel C. Insect-induced responses in Nicotiana attenuata, ecological and molecular aspects. PhD Workshop Wageningen - Heteren, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Jun 2002
22Baldwin I.T. Insect-induced responses in Nicotiana attenuata, ecological and molecular aspects. University of Jena, Inst. for General Botany, Dept. Plant Physiology, Jena, DE, May 2002
23Bubner B. How plant viruses circumvent virus defense systems of plants: A case study with cucumber mosaic virus. University of Jena, Inst. for General Botany, Dept. Plant Physiology, Jena, DE, May 2002
24Kang J.H. The Role of Threonine Deaminase (TD) in Nicotiana attenuata. University of Jena, Inst. for General Botany, Dept. Plant Physiology, Jena, DE, May 2002
25Steppuhn A. Weeds and other competitors. University of Jena, Inst. for General Botany, Dept. Plant Physiology, Jena, DE, May 2002
26Wu J. Parasitic associations. University of Jena, Inst. for General Botany, Dept. Plant Physiology, Jena, DE, May 2002
27Benderoth M. Fitness costs of an induced anti-herbivore-defense in Arabidopsis thaliana. 7. Jahrestreffen des Arbeitskreises "Experimentelle Ökologie", Deutsche Gesellschaft für Ökologie, Freising, DE, Apr 2002
28Baldwin I.T. Polyploidy and herbivore resistance. Plant Survival in Ecosystems, Neuchâtel, CH, Mar 2002
29Baldwin I.T. Molecular ecology of Nicotiana attenuata. University of Bern, Faculty of Botany, Bern, CH, Mar 2002
30Baldwin I.T. Anti-sense knockouts in ecologial researc. Institute for Phytosphere Research, Jülich, DE, Jan 2002
31Baldwin I.T. Herbivore-specific responses in Nicotiana attenuata. University of Madrid, CNB, Madrid, ES, Jan 2002
32Baldwin I.T. Tritrophic based defense in Nicotiana attenuata. University of Darmstadt, Darmstadt, DE, Jan 2002
33Kessler A. The plant’s induced responses to herbivory. University of Kaiserslautern, Studium Generale, Kaiserslautern, DE, Jan 2002
34Kessler A. The ecological relevance of the plant’s induced responses to herbivory – Using nature as a laboratory. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, US, Jan 2002
2001
1Kang J.H. Promoter analysis of the wound-induced genes, Threonine deaminase, from Nicotiana attenuata. Meeting of the IOBC-wprs Study Group "Induced resistance in plants against insects and diseases", Wageningen, NL, Apr 2001
2Kessler A. The emission of herbivore-induced volatiles and their effect on the insect community of Nicotiana attenuata in natural populations. Meeting of the IOBC-wprs Study Group "Induced resistance in plants against insects and diseases", Wageningen, NL, Apr 2001
3Roda A. Induced Flavonoids in Glandular Trichomes of Nicotiana attenuata. Meeting of the IOBC-wprs Study Group "Induced resistance in plants against insects and diseases", Wageningen, NL, Apr 2001
4Baldwin I.T. Plant-herbivore interactions in the post-genomic era. Gordon Research Conference - Plant Herbivore Interactions, Ventura, CA, US, Feb 2001 (invited)
2000
1Baldwin I.T. Using molecular techniques to ground ecological processes in physiological mechanisms. ESA Annual Meeting, The Ecological Society of America, Snowbird, UT, US, Aug 2000 (invited)
2Baldwin I.T. An ecological perspective on plant-insect signaling. Plant Signaling 2000 International Symposium, State College, PA, US, May 2000 (invited)
3Baldwin I.T. Ecological Biochemistry of Jasmonates. Keystone Symposium "Signals and Signal Perception in Biotic Interactions in Plants", Taos, New Mexico, US, Feb 2000 (invited)
1999
1Baldwin I.T. Using ecology to understand induced responses: an example from native Nicotiana. Gordon Research Conference - Agricultural Science: Genomics in Crop Production, Ventura, CA, US, Feb 1999 (invited)
1998
1Baldwin I.T. Jasmonates as Mediators of Adaptive Responses to Environmental Stresses. Gordon Research Conference - Plant Molecular Biology, Henniker, NH, US, Jul 1998 (invited)
2Baldwin I.T. The Chemical Ecology of Nicotiana attenuata; An Example of Adaptive Plasticity - Silverstein-Simeone Award Lecture. ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Ithaca, NY, US, Jun 1998 (invited)
1997
1Kessler A. Silencing the jasmonate cascade: Influences of induced plant defenses on herbivore community composition. Gordon Research Conference - Quantitative Genetics and Biotechnology, Ventura, CA, US, Feb 1997
1Baldwin I.T. Training Genome-Enabled Field Biologists and understanding what is required for plants to survive in the real world. Colloquium, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Biologisch-Pharmazeutischen Fakultät, Jena, DE, (invited)